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to homes and businesses. so why is the sandy spending bill send lots of money to d.c.? a look what is in the $60 billion bill for hurricane sandy. liz: money to d.c. but it hit new jersey and new york. come on people. david: there you go. liz: how is this for an alternative investment? the judy garland show. rights to all the episodes. 26 are up for auctions online. how much are they expected to fetch? what is the earning potential here? we've got the man selling them. do you want in? remember what it did for elvis >> just about 42 after the hour. i'm arthel neville. this is update on breaking news story out of newtown, connecticut, where 26 people including 20 children are dead in one of the worst mass murders in our nation's history. president obama deliver ad statement last hour saying the u.s. has been through shootings like this too many times and meaningful action will have to be taken regardless of politics. the president also ordered the u.s. flag be flown at half-staff at all public buildings and grounds including the white house in honor of the victims. sources have ident
billion worth of advice from our market panel, bill greiner and sandy lincoln. but first, let's talk to rich edson and, rich, you know, you're looking at a situation at the moment where you have the president saying we're close, but no deal. you have senator mitch mcconnell on the republican side saying close, but no deal. leads me to ask, what about joe biden? our vice president? he's the one who kind of brought things together in the early morning hours. >> reporter: he did, and mitch mcconnell called vice president biden, and they were hammering out a deal almost to the point where the senate minority leader said when he woke up this morning he thought they did have a deal, at least on the tax portion. republicans saying they have worked out and reached agreement on the tax issues, the problem are the automatic spending cuts, the $94 billion known oz the sequester throughout 2013. the white house wants to pull back on those cuts, republicans want to replace those cuts with other cuts. first, let's take a look at what they've agreed to. this is the framework on taxes. it exempts in
in october and retail sales, i think because of sandy it is going to be over. november and december will be great month for the consumer. i do have hope. i don't think we're going to boom. we won't grow 4% we will grow between 2% and 3% real growth next year in 2013. fiscal cliff even with the fiscal cliff. dave: you and i agree with it will take to get the economy growing stronger because we are like-minded with that. you don't like the economic policies the president is proposing. dozen there come a time when those economic policies to stifle the economy and strip it up? >> absolutely. when we look back in history 1970s had big growth in government and when you have big spending like we do today you get weaker growth. france for 40 years has grown numb to% real gdp and 8% unemployment. they think it is normal. the good news is america doesn't think it is normal and you have to keep pounding the table that this isn't normal. it is not good. so do i. the only way to get back up to good growth is to cut the size of the government. i still believe we have eight to ten years even on th
, sandy? a drop in the price of oil? >> well, the traders i talked to on the floor say that those who think we are going to get some sort of deal or conclusion to this fiscal cliff by the end of the year think it's going to be a bad deal so while some are saying that we could get a rally if there's a deal reached by the president and congress, we could get a quick ramly, it's only temporary and we face the reality of the situation in the new year, and bottom line, david, when we looked at the oil reports today, there is a significant decline in energy consumption in the united states right now, and while that might be good to lower gas prices, it's not a great sign about the overall economy. david: it's not at all, but it makes the current rise in oil prices seem stranger than before. if the economy's slowing down, no reason for oil to be above 90 # for the long term. >> right. david: thank you very much. >> the trend with the retail consumer as a whole; right? david: market pam, john stevenson and larry, multimedia trust associate portfolio manager from west newton, massachusetts, an
as we remind you, thises the number you want to see fall. hurricane sandy's impact continues to slowly but surely subside. we had weekly jobless claims dropping by 25,000 last week to a seasonally-adjusted 370,000. the week's prior total was revised upward to 395,000 from 393,000. and treasury prices rising today, pushing yields back down to their lowest level in more than two weeks. look at this pathetic yield on the ten-year note. it fell two basis points to 1.57%. you're not getting a lot of return there. david: which is why some people are putting their money in stocks. we have all this covered. we have til mulholland in the pits of the cme. we have a street fight. jeff believes there will be a fiscal cliff resolution. david wright, on the other hand, thinks d.c. will avoid the cliff, but it will not stop the bears from coming around this time. let's start with tim at the cme. and, tim, we were talking about what a low yield you get now on treasuries. people are looking for some kind of yield, and the only place you're finding it is in the stock market. >> yeah, that's true. you al
frequently. even when we had hurricane sandy rolling through the airline stocks outperformed the s&p week of and week after. at this point investors are overlooking that kind of thing. david: hunter, one of the surprising thing airlines learned to make money with sky-high gas and fuel prices. how have they done that. >> two main things. capacity discipline. they removed 8% of domestic capacity. david: they're just grounding planes? >> they put down more fuel efficient planes in '08. they are trimming underperforming flights. domesticly the u.s. airline industry is same size as 1999 despite more passengers are fly. david: the other thing. >> fees. david: all the bag fees. hate them but it is helping them. >> only single-digit percentage of their revenue but 155% of their ebitda. this is 100% margin stuff. shibani: six bucks for a pillow helps somebody. >> yeah. shibani: look at couple stocks doing very well. southwest airlines, 20%. alaska airlines up 15%. what is their recipe for success and what can we see carry over into the new year? >> a lot of people were very pleasantly surprised wi
of sandy took place. on the other hand if you noticed that has not been a lot of promotions from the major retailers past the holiday weekend that kicked off. i believe retail will do reasonably well, the question is will it exceed last year's performance? lori: i know apple is one of the companies you are bullish on. where's the upside, where do you see the trajectory? >> i have three sons all in their 20s, and they are they'red to the apple ecosystem for years to come. i think apple is a play that will not be the sony people talk about. i think apple has a place in the public mind that will be tough to remove. lori: is this an entry point? >> if you back out the cash, trading eight or nine times earnings depending on who you're looking at, given the outlook and not just the u.s. consumer, but now you talk about sales in china just started, there's a lot of catalyst and the stock is cheap. david: despite your pessimism of what might happen in the economy, you're optimistic about what's happening with homebuilders. yowe think this is a real burste are seeing, one that will last? >> i agree
to look at the as good as the first quarter. hurricane sandy struck and as much as half or full percentage point gets knocked off because of that. when you add on the fiscal cliff related worries that depress consumer confidence and business spending. we're talking closer to 1% as foe he ised to to -- opposed to 3%. you add those two together we're trundling along at 2 1/2% we've been running along for quite some time. looks like the fourth quarter should be a fair bit less. david: let's move ahead to next year a lot depends what happens in washington. assuming something gets cobbled together is the economy ready to pick up a little more steam? >> my suspicion is yes, i am looking for a little more growth next year and i'm not convinced we'll see 3 or 4 handles with any regularity but we'll see numbers two or three when it comes to the quarterly figures. my view is premised three very nice things could be happening next year. one simply the housing market cover continues to recover. affordability is still very good. no one wanted to catch the falling knife when prices were falling now they
this horrible, you know, the hurricrane around the time of sandy because the high winds bent this gigantic crane on 57th street in midtown. how closely did you watch that? that wasn't one of your cranes, was it? >> no. it was not one of our cranes but we watched it very closely -- type of opportunities. for instance, some of the things that i've been seeing recently, i don't have a lot of information on sounds like they tried to do all the right things in pretty adverse situation which is a hurricane. there are other obviously cranes up in the air in new york city at the time that didn't have props. so i think the processes are good. i'm not sure what happened on that one but, yeah, we watch out if we -- that situation to improve it. we can help out. liz: getting taller and taller. and you make them beautifully. good to see you you. thank you, glen. >> always a pleasure. >> manitowoc chair and ceo. david telloc. 70% gain over 52 weeks. not bad. david: wow, that is good run. oregon lawmakers making sure big companies like nike have a reason to stay in their state many years to come. coming up nex
-recession. david: hurricane sandy, so one figure that said it may have cost the lives of 250 cars. not all of them will be replaced, but most of them will be. it is an awful way to get it, but a boost for the auto industry, right? >> absolutely. many will be new cars, so you're looking at a nice boost in sales and the good thing is because these cars had they been replaced the normal cycle would noandnot have all come at once. do not take a bbg piece of the future buying cycle. a nice silver lining. david: now chrysler is an italian car company. the italians, the parent company is going to awful times. quitting because of the sales. is there any possibility. now they are not supposed to do this, but is there any possibility tie-ins will pour some of the profits they're making from chrysler here and use them to pay out the parent company in italy? >> i suppose the possibilities are always there. certainly talking about a global company to the extent you're doing better in one market and then another is always a bit of shifting around. at this point i think north america for all the automakers has r
jobs in november. sharply down from 137,000 created in october. blaming hurricane sandy saying it trimmed job growth by 86,000 workers, small business created the fewest jobs in nearly two years. factory orders edging higher in october rising 0.8% according to the commerce department. orders for capital goods posting their biggest increase in eight months jumping nearly 3%. liz: in the pits of the cme. telling us why we could see a 20% drop in the market next year. telling us the sector that will be the big bright spots next year even though he is cautious for 2013. both of these guys say we find ways to invest the matter what. let's start with joe. a great day for the dow and the s&p. the nasdaq sort of a head fake to the other side. tell me what really jumped out to you in the pits. >> when we were challenging earlier in the day and the volatility was falling. in other words it was negative. we see it fall off and it is down. down about 4%. we continuthe continued the chog noncommittal trade in the s&p. never telling us the fear that we would see an apple and we were sensing
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see, and that's sandy rebuilding. the realtime data shows a pickup in incomes since middle of november and jobs grew faster than the fake number the bls puts out. we see very little growth next year assuming any income tax at no growth, if a lot of income taxes go up, and how do you have a 15pe in an economy not growing? doesn't make sense to me. david: okay. believe it or not, this guy has stock picks. well get to them in a second, charles, but sam, an analysis as dreary as that, does that headache you rethink your own analysis? fighting that or are you going with the trend of the market do you think? >> well, david, any time i hear commentary from a smart individual like charles, i look to my data again. my belief, though, is that we are on an upward trajectory, and this is all the reason why those in congress have to be careful not to embrace the austerity program too tightly because that could have a dell tear yows effect on our growth. david: higher taxes or lower government spending hurt worse? >> hurt me both. >> i think -- >> go ahead. >> lower government spending will probably
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